2019 NFL Draft

Complete Draft

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills
Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers
Houston Texans
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams
Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins
Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings
New England Patriots
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
New York Giants
New York Jets
New York Jets
Oakland Raiders
Oakland Raiders
Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans
Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins

Drafted Players: NFL

Arizona
Kyler
Murray
ARIQB
Rnd 1Pk 1
San Francisco
Nick
Bosa
SFDE
Rnd 1Pk 2
NY Jets
Quinnen
Williams
NYJDT
Rnd 1Pk 3
Oakland
Clelin
Ferrell
OAKDE
Rnd 1Pk 4
Tampa Bay
Devin
White
TBILB
Rnd 1Pk 5
NY Giants
Daniel
Jones
NYGQB
Rnd 1Pk 6
Jacksonville
Josh
Allen
JAXOLB
Rnd 1Pk 7
Detroit
T.J.
Hockenson
DETTE
Rnd 1Pk 8
Buffalo
Ed
Oliver
BUFDT
Rnd 1Pk 9
Pittsburgh
Devin
Bush
PITILB
Rnd 1Pk 10
Cincinnati
Jonah
Williams
CINOT
Rnd 1Pk 11
Green Bay
Rashan
Gary
GBDE
Rnd 1Pk 12
Miami
Christian
Wilkins
MIADT
Rnd 1Pk 13
Atlanta
Chris
Lindstrom
ATLOG
Rnd 1Pk 14
Washington
Dwayne
Haskins
WASQB
Rnd 1Pk 15
Carolina
Brian
Burns
CAROLB
Rnd 1Pk 16
NY Giants
Dexter
Lawrence
NYGDT
Rnd 1Pk 17
Minnesota
Garrett
Bradbury
MINC
Rnd 1Pk 18
Tennessee
Jeffery
Simmons
TENDT
Rnd 1Pk 19
Denver
Noah
Fant
DENTE
Rnd 1Pk 20
Green Bay
Darnell
Savage Jr.
GBS
Rnd 1Pk 21
Philadelphia
Andre
Dillard
PHIOT
Rnd 1Pk 22
Houston
Tytus
Howard
HOUOT
Rnd 1Pk 23
Oakland
Josh
Jacobs
OAKRB
Rnd 1Pk 24
Baltimore
Marquise
Brown
BALWR
Rnd 1Pk 25
Washington
Montez
Sweat
WASDE
Rnd 1Pk 26
Oakland
Johnathan
Abram
OAKS
Rnd 1Pk 27
LA Chargers
Jerry
Tillery
LACDT
Rnd 1Pk 28
Seattle
L.J.
Collier
SEADE
Rnd 1Pk 29
NY Giants
Deandre
Baker
NYGCB
Rnd 1Pk 30
Atlanta
Kaleb
McGary
ATLOT
Rnd 1Pk 31
New England
N'Keal
Harry
NEWR
Rnd 1Pk 32
Arizona
Arizona
Cardinals
Kyler Murray
Round 1 - Pick 1
QB
Position
Oklahoma
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 10
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 207
Yahoo Sports Commentary
If you're going to hire Kliff Kingsbury as your head coach, you might as well give him the QB he wants to run the system. This selection certainly has a bust factor to it, but he has electric ability that could be a paradigm changer. But Murray had better be good -- and relatively fast -- otherwise it could be trouble for GM Steve Keim.
San Francisco
San Francisco
49ers
Nick Bosa
Round 1 - Pick 2
DE
Position
Ohio St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 2
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 266
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Arguably the best player in the draft, definitely no lower than third, Joey’s younger brother is a plug-and-play prospect. He may not be as big and athletic as his older brother, but they are virtually the same player.
NY Jets
New York
Jets
Quinnen Williams
Round 1 - Pick 3
DT
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 1
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 303
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The No. 1 player on our draft board, Williams is the total package. He’s big, strong, fast and can take over a game. As Missouri coach Barry Odom said, "You have to gameplan around him." The Jets reportedly tried to trade this pick.
Oakland
Oakland
Raiders
Clelin Ferrell
Round 1 - Pick 4
DE
Position
Clemson
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 14
  • School: Clemson
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 264
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Solid player, military kid, winner, but No. 4? This is the Raiders not using group think and going with who they think is the best player on the board. They’re going to get crushed for picking a player most thought would go middle of the first round. They could have the last laugh. Or not.
Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
Devin White
Round 1 - Pick 5
ILB
Position
LSU
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 11
  • School: LSU
  • Height: 6' 0"
  • Weight: 237
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A former running back, White is as tenacious as they come. He is a vicious hitter who flies all over the field, which is his biggest knock: Can he play under control? He has the potential to be the heartbeat of the Bucs defense from Day 1.
NY Giants
New York
Giants
Daniel Jones
Round 1 - Pick 6
QB
Position
Duke
School
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 56
  • School: Duke
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 221
Yahoo Sports Commentary
So Giants fans … here is Eli Manning’s replacement. No. 56 on our board, this is the best GM Dave Gettleman can do? Could have had their choice of QB last year (outside of Baker Mayfield), but instead have opted for a player who didn’t complete 60-percent of his passes in college.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jaguars
Josh Allen
Round 1 - Pick 7
OLB
Position
Kentucky
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • School: Kentucky
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 262
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Fell right into the Jaguars lap. Allen is a game-changing talent who forces offenses to account for his whereabouts. Allen is a sack machine who will work best if Jacksonville simply lets him loose.
Detroit
Detroit
Lions
T.J. Hockenson
Round 1 - Pick 8
TE
Position
Iowa
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 8
  • School: Iowa
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 251
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Can catch and block, a rarity at tight end these days. The Lions will rely on him more for the latter to start, with the hope that A) he becomes a playmaker by Year 2 or 3 and B) isn’t Eric Ebron.
Buffalo
Buffalo
Bills
Ed Oliver
Round 1 - Pick 9
DT
Position
Houston
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 7
  • School: Houston
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 287
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Rare athleticism for a big man, the 281-pounder’s shuttle time was faster than Saquon Barkley’s. Seriously. The only knock is that he’s a bit undersized for a D-lineman. That said, Oliver's play did lead the NCAA to make a rule change, so that's something.
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
Steelers
Devin Bush
Round 1 - Pick 10 (from Broncos)
ILB
Position
Michigan
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 9
  • School: Michigan
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 234
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Via a trade with Denver, Steelers get an instinctive playmaker who can cover the field sideline-to-sideline. Bush is a superb leader who can fit in anywhere. Pittsburgh, in an effort to fill the gap left by Ryan Shazier's injury, gave up their own first (20) a second this year and a third next year.
Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Bengals
Jonah Williams
Round 1 - Pick 11
OT
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 12
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 302
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A detailed-obsessed film junkie, Williams can play every position on the O-line, save center. That gives the Bengals flexibility. Not a sexy pick, but Cincinnati can plug him in for the next eight to 10 years.
Green Bay
Green Bay
Packers
Rashan Gary
Round 1 - Pick 12
DE
Position
Michigan
School
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 18
  • School: Michigan
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 277
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Good for him, bad for Green Bay. A high-maintenance guy who isn’t a pass rusher. Doesn’t strike fear in opponents. This has bust written all over it.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Christian Wilkins
Round 1 - Pick 13
DT
Position
Clemson
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 21
  • School: Clemson
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 315
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Big, big athlete. Wilkins is a high-character guy who will make the Dolphins locker room better Day 1. He’s a versatile guy who will help shore up a bad rushing defense.
Atlanta
Atlanta
Falcons
Chris Lindstrom
Round 1 - Pick 14
OG
Position
Boston Coll.
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 32
  • School: Boston Coll.
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 308
Yahoo Sports Commentary
No one moved up more through the draft process than Lindstrom thanks to a solid Senior Bowl. The best pass-blocking guard in the draft, he can step in and start immediately for the Falcons, who have a need at the guard position. Lindstrom may not be special, but he will be very good.
Washington
Washington
Redskins
Dwayne Haskins
Round 1 - Pick 15
QB
Position
Ohio St.
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 16
  • School: Ohio St.
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 231
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Washington gets their QB, as Haskins becomes the third quarterback off the board. Big body, analytical, strong arm … Haskins seemingly has all the necessary tools. The Redskins would be wise to sit him for a year behind Case Keenum.
Carolina
Carolina
Panthers
Brian Burns
Round 1 - Pick 16
OLB
Position
Florida St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 4
  • School: Florida St.
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 249
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Just 21, Burns has massive potential (No. 4 on our board) that he’s yet to unlock. The Panthers may need to give him some time to develop, but when he does he could be one of the league’s premier pass rushers.
NY Giants
New York
Giants
Dexter Lawrence
Round 1 - Pick 17 (from Browns)
DT
Position
Clemson
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 26
  • School: Clemson
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 342
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Notable: Daniel Jones would have been available with this pick. Lawrence becomes the third defensive linemen from Clemson off the board. Three years ago, he would have been a top-five pick with rare athleticism/size combination, but he comes with a lot of risk (see the PED suspension and nerve damage in his leg).
Minnesota
Minnesota
Vikings
Garrett Bradbury
Round 1 - Pick 18
C
Position
N.C. State
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 27
  • School: N.C. State
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 306
Yahoo Sports Commentary
He’s not big for an interior linemen, but he’s quick, agile (he is a former tight end) and smart. He has the goods to start immediately for the Vikings and stay there for the next decade.
Tennessee
Tennessee
Titans
Jeffery Simmons
Round 1 - Pick 19
DT
Position
Mississippi St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 3
  • School: Mississippi St.
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 301
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Character issues and an ACL tear are definite concerns surrounding Simmons. But if he turns out to be the guy he models his game after (J.J. Watt, sans the injuries), the Titans are getting a stud who can be a disruptor on the defensive line.
Denver
Denver
Broncos
Noah Fant
Round 1 - Pick 20 (from Steelers)
TE
Position
Iowa
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 20
  • School: Iowa
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 249
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Second tight end off the board, second tight end off the board from Iowa (the first time that’s ever happened). He’s a better pass-catcher than blocker, but good luck putting a linebacker on him man to man.
Green Bay
Green Bay
Packers
Darnell Savage Jr.
Round 1 - Pick 21 (from Seahawks)
S
Position
Maryland
School
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 89
  • School: Maryland
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 198
Yahoo Sports Commentary
They had to trade up to 21 to get Savage, who was 89th on our board? A nice player, but this is a questionable move by the Packers.
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Eagles
Andre Dillard
Round 1 - Pick 22 (from Ravens)
OT
Position
Washington St.
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 23
  • School: Washington St.
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 315
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Eagles traded up to fill a need, replacing Jason Peters. This is an excellent move by Philadelphia, who need to keep Carson Wentz healthy.
Houston
Houston
Texans
Tytus Howard
Round 1 - Pick 23
OT
Position
Alabama St.
School
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 88
  • School: Alabama St.
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 322
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A former high school quarterback who couldn’t bench 175 pounds once when he arrived at Alabama State. Can play both left and right tackle, who swapped between the two in games. Big question: Does the competition at Alabama St. transfer to the NFL?
Oakland
Oakland
Raiders
Josh Jacobs
Round 1 - Pick 24 (from Bears)
RB
Position
Alabama
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 24
  • School: Alabama
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 220
Yahoo Sports Commentary
With Marshawn Lynch retiring, the Raiders fill a need at running back. It may have been an obvious pick, but it’s a solid one. He’s elusive and can catch the ball, key in Jon Gruden’s scheme.
Baltimore
Baltimore
Ravens
Marquise Brown
Round 1 - Pick 25 (from Eagles)
WR
Position
Oklahoma
School
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 31
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Height: 5' 9"
  • Weight: 166
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Lamar Jackson gets his home run threat. Brown, who will replace John Brown, is the first wide receiver off the board. The Ravens can utilize him all over the field: screens, deep, end arounds.
Washington
Washington
Redskins
Montez Sweat
Round 1 - Pick 26 (from Colts)
DE
Position
Mississippi St.
School
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • School: Mississippi St.
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 260
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Maybe the biggest question mark in this draft. Sweat's talent as a defensive playmaker isn't in question; his enlarged heart is. Some teams took him off their boards entirely. The Redskins clearly did not, trading up to get him. They paid a price (a second rounder this year and next), but they got a top-10 talent late in the first round.
Oakland
Oakland
Raiders
Johnathan Abram
Round 1 - Pick 27 (from Cowboys)
S
Position
Mississippi St.
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 37
  • School: Mississippi St.
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 205
Yahoo Sports Commentary
He is a junkyard dog, perfect for the Raiders. Hard worker in practice who will bring it every single day. He’s a decent cover player, but he is an enforcer who will make his presence known.
LA Chargers
Los Angeles
Chargers
Jerry Tillery
Round 1 - Pick 28
DT
Position
Notre Dame
School
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 25
  • School: Notre Dame
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 295
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A fascinating character, some call eccentric. Some question if he has other interests outside of football, but when he wants to turn it on, he can be a nasty dude. He will complement an already stout Chargers defensive front.
Seattle
Seattle
Seahawks
L.J. Collier
Round 1 - Pick 29 (from Chiefs)
DE
Position
TCU
School
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 69
  • School: TCU
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 283
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Some like him more than others. Collier is a rough-and-tumble power end to help replace Frank Clark. It’s an interesting pick for the Seahawks, but it remains to be seen if he can help get after QBs consistently.
NY Giants
New York
Giants
Deandre Baker
Round 1 - Pick 30 (from Seahawks)
CB
Position
Georgia
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 29
  • School: Georgia
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 193
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Jim Thorpe Award winner brings his shutdown corner skills to the Giants, who are in a division that is looking up at Philadelphia. Baker doesn’t lack in confidence and isn’t afraid to say as much.
Atlanta
Atlanta
Falcons
Kaleb McGary
Round 1 - Pick 31 (from Rams)
OT
Position
Washington
School
  • Draft Grade: C+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 59
  • School: Washington
  • Height: 6' 7"
  • Weight: 317
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Falcons fortifying the right side of their offensive line after taking Chris Lindstrom earlier. It’s a huge win for Matt Ryan, Devonta Freeman and Julio Jones.
New England
New England
Patriots
N'Keal Harry
Round 1 - Pick 32
WR
Position
Arizona St.
School
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 34
  • School: Arizona St.
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 228
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A big, physical receiver who the Patriots have been on for awhile. Harry is a hard-working, high-character player, which means he’ll be perfect for Brady/Belichick.